Chinese phone firm ZTE is getting in the modular mobile action with this, the Eco-Mobius.
With the Eco-Mobius concept handset, people would be able to upgrade and switch individual pieces of their smartphones.
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The Eco-Mobius is a concept design from ZTE that enables users to switch out hardware components of their smartphones.